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The Happiness Show
by George Ortega
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This episode of The Happiness Show, the world's first television program entirely about happiness, is available for free broadcast and distribution by public access, college, and commercial TV stations. See www.thehappinessshowworldwide.org for details.
Topics: THS mpg video, happiness, subjective well-being, joy, contentment, satisfaction, bliss, positive...
Conv
by Henrik Olsson, Anders Dahl
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Media artist Anders Dahl (with releases on Komplott and Underhund) and percussion improviser Henrik Olsson (of Sheriff -Häpna- and Gul 3) create out of sober means (no mystery here: just see the track titles) a sound-world richly evocative of a buddhist temple ritual for the digital age - or, leading us even further abroad, into as yet unmarked and apocryphal ethnological territories as non-descript as the environmental sounds which constitute the backdrop to these elusive goings-on. Or is...
Topics: Chamber Music, Electroacoustic
Source: www.con-v.org
Community Video
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Students at Sycamore Elementary School in Claremont, California talk about why it's important to recycle trash and not throw litter in the ocean or into drains which lead to the ocean.
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Topics: trash, oceans, ecology, environment, klubock, malibu
Naropa Poetics Audio Archives
by Baraka, Amiri
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An Amiri Baraka lecture, discussing the need for a cultural revolution now in the United States, and discussing a new forum for sharing creative work about, and building political power for, significant cultural and political change.
Conv
by Pablo Reche
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Reche is currently one of the best argentinian avant-garde sound artists. He has played live in many countries and events (Sónar festival 2000, etc) and his music has been released on labels all around the world. His work has been defined as a good example of noise, isolationism and post-industrial sound. Close to white noise, Reche builds structurated ambiences whole of distorted sounds, filtered textures and manipulated stuff taken from field recordings, cd's and vinyls. Pablo Reche works...
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Topics: Noise, Isolationism
Source: www.con-v.org
Community Audio
by Aaron Lennox
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Various field recordings of the fascinating, and very loud (~140db) sounds made by the 17-year Periodical Cicadas (Magicicada Septendecim) that emerged near Shepherdstown, West Virginia during the summer months of 2004. Truly amazing creatures. This particular brood (Brood X) will not re-emerge until 2021. http://www.raintheory.com raintheory@hotmail.com
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Topic: Field Recordings
Source: Sony MZ-N707 MiniDisc Recorder
Globians Film Festival
by Thomas Gonschior
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Presented at Globians Film Festival 2005: After seventy years of darkness, the phoenix of Mongolian Buddhist art is again striking its wings in the form of Master Artist Purevbat and his disciples.
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Topics: Globians world and culture documentary archive, Globians Film Festival 2005, Globians, documentary,...
Tse Chen Ling Buddhist Lectures
by Ven. Robina Courtin
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Face Your Fear̉̉Kill Your Ego Ven. Robina Courtin In these times, our experience of the external world is filled with fear, anxiety and anger. Yet within this state of conflict, we can investigate the mental states that give rise to the experience, forming the basis on which to transform our experiences. Ven. Robina Courtin will present useful strategies for freeing ourselves from fear, anger and resentment, as well as for learning to live with greater tolerance, love and forgiveness....
Topics: Buddhism, Tse Chen Ling Center, Tibetan Buddhism, Ven. Robina Courtin
Source: Lectures and Events
Tse Chen Ling Buddhist Lectures
by Ven. Rita Riniker
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Overcoming Laziness: Finding Joy in Practice The biggest obstacle to meditation (or any practice, really) is the laziness of "just not feeling like". How do we identify this laziness and how can we replace it with a deep joy in practice? Ven. Rita leads us in exploration, discussion and meditation on this troublemaker, and gain some simple skills to use at home. Dharma practice, laziness, joy, effort, perserverance, mental states, Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, psychology
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Source: Lectures and Events